In pulling on both their rougher and arena-ready impulses, Hot Milk’s newest EP sees their keenness and confidence increasing yet again in their ascension to pop-rock’s best.
2022’s festival season kicked off with Slam Dunk, and we headed over to Leeds to catch all the action, ft. Sum 41, Neck Deep, Deaf Havana, The Story So Far, Beartooth and loads more.
Slam Dunk Festival is right around the corner once again, and we’ve broken down the entire lineup in our concise guide of exactly what you can expect, as well as some recommendations from the bands themselves.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to on The Soundboard Stereo throughout May, ft. Rina Sawayama, Kelly Clarkson, letlive., The Killers, Hot Milk and The Postal Service.
Hot Milk’s continued evolution on their new EP moves forward with their more biting slant, and feels all the better for it.
The return of live music is on the horizon, so we’ve taken a look at the lineup for the Download Pilot to break it down, and look at the acts you can’t afford to miss.
For our next year end list, we pick out the hits and the biggest tracks the stood out above all others – the best singles of 2019
THIS WEEK: Hot Milk head up the final Track Pack of the year with a brand new song, as well as new music from A Day To Remember, Palaye Royale, Lotus Eater and more
Friday Even though Reading & Leeds are no longer strictly rock festivals (something that their…
To many, Slam Dunk represents the proper kickoff of British festival season, something that feels…